I work with amazing business owners like you. You’re regularly investing time, money, and lots of effort to ensure your website is full of powerful resources and accurately reflects what you have to offer so you can help more people with your area of expertise.
The problem is, you’re just not sure if Google sees the pages of your site like you want them to be seen, so that they’ll have the chance to get shown to the right people at the right time.
You deserve to know that you can be found by the people who are searching for what you have to offer.
The Search Engine Obstacles Audit is your answer.
- …been disappointed that your blog posts aren’t coming up in Google Search results, even when you put in very specific search terms that SHOULD make them show, especially since you spent all that time figuring out your target keywords?
- …connected your site to Google Search Console and then not known what to do next, or maybe heard your web designer mention that they set up Google Search Console and then tuned out the rest?
- …wanted to feel more on top of things when it comes to what’s going on with your website and Google, but you get intimidated by the techie language you see, and just stop making an effort?
Imagine how good it will feel to go from clueless to clued-in when it comes to knowing how to use Google Search Console to see what Google sees when it looks at your website, so you can start removing those search engine obstacles and start getting the traffic from your ideal clients.
[Google Search Console is a free web service offered by Google that helps website owners like you to measure your site’s performance and fix issues so that you can start to see Google Search as a friend, not a frustration.]
What if you…?
- …could have someone explore your current situation to see what Google is seeing?
- …were given a detailed report that included a list of search engine obstacles and specific recommendations for next steps to tackle them to make Google (and you) a little happier?
- …had a better sense of what to look at — and what it means — in Google Search Console?
- …knew what simple steps to take to get a picture of what Google thinks of your site now and in the future?
You’re an experienced coach, consultant, speaker, author, or other service-based professional with a lot to offer, working hard to use your brilliance to help other people get over the hurdles they’re facing.
Your website is a critical piece of the process to help people get to know, like, and trust you so that they’ll want to work with you, but you need to know that the effort you put in there isn’t going to waste.
That’s the exact reason I created the Search Engine Obstacles Audit, to take you from stumbling in the dark when it comes to knowing what Google thinks, to seeing the obstacles in the way as clear as day when the sun is shining. The end result? You’ll know what to tackle to get Google to consider showing your site to your ideal customers when they’re searching.
I’ve been creating websites for over 25 years, after first encountering the “World Wide Web” during grad school and getting hooked on the possibilities of what could be done in this exciting new world.
Back then, with a master’s degree in instructional technology and a job as an interactive multimedia developer, I felt comfortable diving in, digging around, figuring out how websites worked, and sharing what I’d learned with others.
And that hasn’t changed.
To this day, I thrive at taking techie topics and translating them from geek speak to clear, simple English so that even nontechies can easily understand what’s what.
Here’s what’s included in the Search Engine Obstacles Audit:
The focus for this review will be related to topics of crawling, indexing, and status codes. Your website can be on any platform — like WordPress, Squarespace, Wix, or something else.
Results & Recommendations
If you’re a do-it-yourself website owner, you should be able to implement the revisions yourself, but you’ll be given the chance to ask questions as part of the Direct Support described below.
What makes working with me unlike working with other web developers is that I have a knack for taking the complicated and making it simple, communicating what’s going on and the possibilities for what needs to happen, so that even nontechies feel comfortable tackling their website tech obstacles.
Here’s how it works:
Step 2: Once your payment is processed, I’ll send you a prep work assignment to complete so I have everything I need to review your site.
Step 3: Once your prep work is complete, I’ll get started on your checkup and put together your personalized Search Engine Obstacles Audit Guidebook.
Step 4: If you have any questions as you review the results and implement the recommendations, you’ll reach out to me for guidance.
Have questions? Contact me.
People Are Talking (Don’t worry! They’re saying nice things.)
I knew my website needed some SEO help but wasn't sure what to do. Getting the audit from Bonnie was an eye-opener into what was going on with my site. I absolutely loved it! The report was clear on what needed to be done and it was very clear that Bonnie knows her stuff. If you need technical help with your website, Bonnie's your gal.
Whilst I have designed and managed my own website for well over 10 years, I had no idea that my site had so many key issues that went beyond basic SEO. Bonnie was able to dive deeply into my website and identify issues which were affecting my access to clients and my search ranking. The audit saved me from guessing by pinpoint exactly what needed correcting and how.
This lady knows her stuff. The results blew me away – because she showed how each little error on my website contributed to the inability of not being Google-index ready and thereby not being found. If you do not have a technical bone in your body, Bonnie has the patience and the know-how to get your site healthy. Trust her.
What a treasure!!! Bonnie is the perfect combination of gentle nature and expertise. Going into the audit process, I had no idea how much I would learn and be able to correct on my own. Her process goes far beyond pointing out problems, but explaining why it's an issue and how to correct it now and moving forward. The techie verbiage can sometimes be daunting, but Bonnie has done a fabulous job articulating it into words that can be understood. She knows her stuff and is clearly passionate about helping others know this area of their businesses better.